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ROCÍO DOMÍNGUEZ ELIZARRARÁS
SOPRAN

Ms. Rocío was born in Mexico City, Mexico.
 
After her concert piano studies, she took up singing lessons at the Conservatorio for Nacional Bellas Artes. She has a Bachelor Degree in Singing Opera and Concert. Her teachers were Zeeher Vandersteene, Erika Kubacsek, Lezsek Zwadka, Gilda Cruz Romo, Anne Elgar Kopta, Sussan Young, Joan La Barbara, Tito Capobianco and Danielle Orlando. She took up master classes in 2002 with Ulrike Sych and Nicholas Carthy in Vienna, Austria and with Elisabetta Majeron in Genazzano, Italy.
 
Her solo debut was a performance as Santuzza in Tegucipalpa, Honduras. In 2002 Ms. Rocío took part in the performance of Suor Angelica by the Mexican National Opera. She sang Clotilde from Bellini’s Norma in the same opera house in 2003. She also has sung in various operas, as Pagliacci´s Nedda, Mimi in La Boheme, Liu in Turandot, the First Lady in the Magic Flute, and also Jessey in Kurt Weill’s song Spiel Mahagonny.
 
In addition to her operatic performances, Ms. Rocio has sung solo performances with various orchestras, including the Orquesta Sinfónica del Conservatorio Nacional de Música, Orquesta del Teatro de Bellas Artes (Mexico), Orquesta Sinfónica Juvenil de México, the Sinfónica de Coyoacán. She also appeared in various radios broadcast concerts.
 
Her debut in Europe, 2003, was a concert of Mexican music in the palace Briau in Varades, France.
 
Ms. Elizarrarás has won prizes in various singing competitions, such as in Cuarto nCentanario de la Ópera in 1987, Angela Peralta in 1998, and Maria Bonilla in 2000.
 
En 2002, she recorded a collection of Mexican aeronautic songs of the 19th and 20th centuries, entitled Conquistador del Cielo.
 
Since 1997 she has been teaching at the Conservatorio Nacional de Música of Mexico and has been actively performing with the Bellas Artes Theater in the operatic chorus. Actually she is a Master Degree student in the National University of Mexico, UNAM.